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2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 "Dealer Exclusive Program" Special Editions


Dodge Viper might still go on as a race car only, but its life as a road-legal car is about to be over. And Dodge will offer each dealer the possibility to create their own special editions. There are 50 units allocated for this program, each of them being offered in specific combination.

Three of them (pictured) are: Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR Roadster, developed specifically with Woodhouse Dodge in Blair, Neb., featuring a Race Yellow Clear Coat exterior with yellow driver’s stripe; the "Reverse SRT SRT 10 ACR" developed with Tomball Dodge in Tomball, Texas, featuring the reverse color combination of the Snakeskin Green Special Edition introduced earlier this model year; and the Black SRT10 Coupe with Plum Crazy dual racing stripes developed with Roanoke Dodge in Roanoke, Ill.

If you are interested in this program you can go at the Viper Headquarters website and check the various special-edition models.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The 2010 model year just got even more exclusive for the Dodge Viper. The Dodge brand is unveiling three new unique 2010 Viper SRT10 vehicles as part of its "Dealer Exclusive Program."

Dealers who sold sufficient Viper volume to qualify were given the opportunity to create their own special editions that best meet the dreams of their most loyal customers. A total of 50 cars are being built under this program, and specific combinations were determined by each Dodge dealer who volunteered to participate.

Shown here (from left to right) are the Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR Roadster, developed specifically with Woodhouse Dodge in Blair, Neb., featuring a Race Yellow Clear Coat exterior with yellow driver’s stripe; the "Reverse SRT SRT 10 ACR" developed with Tomball Dodge in Tomball, Texas, featuring the reverse color combination of the Snakeskin Green Special Edition introduced earlier this model year; and the Black SRT10 Coupe with Plum Crazy dual racing stripes developed with Roanoke Dodge in Roanoke, Ill.

To find all of the Dodge dealers who have 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10s on order including the various special-edition models, check out the new dealer locator function at the Viper Headquarters website: http://www.viperheadquarters.com/viper_nation/dealer_locator

With this being the last model year for the current-generation Dodge Viper, 2010 continues to be the most special year of production for the 600 horsepower V-10 powered “ultimate American sports car.” Approximately 500 cars will make up the 2010 model year production run, and each one is more exclusive than ever before with more than 7,000 different possible appearance combinations.




6 comments:

oh, but yes, I would love to see a viper using hemispherical heads, but i don’t know if they would fit with all the other tech they have under that hood

No they are not race exclusive, those cars are pretty reliable, as a matter of fact, you are one of a very extreme few to complain, and I doubt you own one, also, where did you hear that in the first place?, fiat isn’t a bad company at all, they just do their best work through companies they own, so they don’t get the image they deserve, and faster? maybe in a straight line, what car has the most production car lap time records? oh yeah, the viper ACR

so the special edition of viper is exclusively use for racing only.

I’m surprised anyone would ever buy a Viper. The reliability is literally the world’s worst; the ACR could have ran the Nurburgring faster than its 7:23, but one of the two Vipers Dodge brought to the track blew a head gasket on the first lap and the other on its third. And the team was happy that it lasted that long. This is a truly pathetic automobile and its demise should have come long ago.

Although it would never happen, I would like them to make a v10 hemi for the next gen. nothing in the fiat stable makes me think american, which the viper screams.

This special SRT10 are very exclusive and there are only 50 of this will be made.. but what a heck.. are you going to spent your hundred thousand bucks for a gas guzzler car if you can get a much faster and more fuel efficient car?

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